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Addition-chain exponentiation
also called Addition chain exponentiation

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  1. optimal addition-chain exponentiation is a method of exponentiation by positive integer powers that requires a minimal number of multiplications

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  2. a term from mathematics and computer science

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  3. If both multiplication and division are allowed, then an addition-subtraction chain may be used to obtain even fewer total multiplications+divisions (where subtraction corresponds to division)

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  4. works by creating a minimal-length addition chain that generates the desired exponent

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  5. Each exponentiation in the chain can be evaluated by multiplying two of the earlier exponentiation results

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